From Lewis Littlepage
Warsaw. 12th. July. 1786.
Having recieved no intelligence from Virginia respecting the affair which Governor Henry entrusted to me, the result of which I had the honor to communicate to your Excellency in Paris, I cannot conceal my uneasiness upon that point, and must entreat you to inform me whether it has as yet been settled to your satisfaction. I at the same time repeat my former offers upon that subject and will with pleasure submit to any inconvenience rather than expose you to even a delay which may be embarrassing.
Permit me at the same time to assure you of the high sense of gratitude which I entertain for your generous and friendly conduct upon this occasion, added to the respect and veneration with which I have the honor to be your Excellency’s most obedient and most humble Servant,
RC (DLC); endorsed. Noted in SJL as received 3 Sep. 1786.